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I have moderate PAF. I get VEBs during the day, very occasionally, but at night/ morning is when I get the PAF.
I reckon that I have found that lying on my left side makes it happen far more often than other sleeping positions. Turning over solves a lot and sitting up solves more. Walking about solves most of the rest and Flecatabs hanbdle the other few.
I have mentioned this to both my GP and my Cardio and they both sort of shrugged it off.."Never heard that before". Almost identical wording.
So. Do some of you guys see this happening? I may need to "educate" my cardio!
Thanks for any input.
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